Running a Counter-Strike team is not the easiest thing in the world to do. Recently, we had to kick out yet another team member for being a doofus.
Those who want the nitty gritty of what happened (assuming you know how Counter-Strike teams work), here's the skinny: Our team members are based on invite-only. We happened to invite this guy to the team. A day later, he shows up in the server wearing another team's tag - not ours. That's bad. Then he got caught doing what's called "aim-bot'ing", so he was immediately booted the next day.
The team member who originally brought him in apologized to the rest of the team which was cool on his part.. but it's still annoying that we all had to deal with it.
There's also been talk back and forth about doing the CAL-O thing (Counter-Strike open). Will we do it? Yeah, we will. It just takes time. We have to practice our map strategies more on maps like de_dust2, de_aztec and de_train to name a few.
For those of you out there who have absolutely NO IDEA what any of the above means, don't worry. Counter-Strike is a world of its own like those other geeky games like AD&D and Magic The Gathering. You either know the lingo or you don't. To those who say "Counter-Strike is geeky? Is that true?" Yes it is. It's a video game. Video games are geeky by nature. And yeah I'm a geeky Counter-Strike player. (grin)
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